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  • Performer: Kraftwerk
  • Album: Kraftwerk And The Electronic Revolution
  • FLAC: 1398 mb | MP3: 1891 mb
  • Released: 2009
  • Style: Interview, Krautrock, Synth-pop
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Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk And The Electronic Revolution download album

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Director: Thomas Arnold. Starring: Karl Bartos, Dieter Moebius, Hans-Joachim Roedelius and others.

Kraftwerk is the debut studio album by German electronic band Kraftwerk. It was released in Germany in 1970, and produced by Konrad "Conny" Plank. Chief Kraftwerk members Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider used two drummers during the recording of the album; Andreas Hohmann and Klaus Dinger. Their playing provides the music with a rock edge

Kraftwerk, perhaps the scene's most well-known name, have never even re-released their first three albums (1, 2, and Ralf and Florian), even going so far as to disown them and call them "rubbish. The filmmakers must take exception with this detraction (and rightly so), because they devote an equal amount examining those works as their later, more well-known catalogue. Though not without its notable exclusions (the genius and omnipresence of Conny Plank for one), it proves an exhaustive study at 180 minutes.

Learn more about "Kraftwerk And The Electronic Revolution" on IMDb. Karl Bartos, member of Kraftwerk from 1975 to 1990, is also interviewed extensively, and not surprisingly has the most interesting insight and stories of anyone interviewed. Towards the end of the documentary, attention is given to the lasting legacy of Kraftwerk, from the influence on Brian Eno and David Bowie, to the disco scene and Giorgio Moroder (who of course recorded in Germany), to acts like the Human League (thumbs up from Bartos) and Gary Numan (thumbs down from Bartos, dismissing Numan as a 'parody').

As innovative as they are influential, Kraftwerk's contribution to the development of electronic music since their formation in 1970 remains unsurpassed. Having inspired everyone from Bowie to Coldplay, Siouxsie to Radiohead, this bizarre collective have also proven partly responsible for entire genres to develop; electronica, techno and synth pop to name but three.